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Population control organization said to Prince William and Kate Middleton Large families are not sustainable
6 Aug 2017
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Surprising Facts You Need to Know About Natural Cures For Prostate Cancer and Natural Prostate Remedies The Cancer Industry Won't Tell You... Prostate cancer is a somewhat silent (blokes don’t like to talk about it) but extremely deadly disease for men. But here’s an astounding, yet at the same time, downright immoral fact that is hidden from most of the male population… prostate cancer is almost completely preventable and curable! Yes, that’s right. And the “prevention and cure” is actually very simple and easy. The problem is the medical profession wants men to think that it’s very scientific and the only way you can prevent it is with regular testing. Well, recent findings have just blown the lid off this ridiculous medical “quackery” because the most common form of testing for prostate cancer (the PSA test) has been found to be completely and utterly useless and can actually harm men instead of helping them! Do Medical Treatments For Prostate Cancer Really Work? If you get diagnosed with the disease, the usual treatment is surgery and/or chemotherapy and radiation. But the long term success rate for these treatments is surprisingly low. In fact, a lot lower than what your specialist will bother to tell you! In Associated Press magazine, January 27, 1994, an article titled “Prostate Cancer Cure Questioned” revealed that after ten years of following prostate cancer patients, only slightly more treated patients were still alive compared to patients who accepted absolutely no treatment at all.
21 Jul 2017
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People are constantly exposed to low levels of naturally occurring radiation called background radiation. Background radiation comes from cosmic radiation and from radioactive elements in the air, water, and ground. Cosmic radiation is concentrated at the poles by the earth’s magnetic field and is attenuated by the atmosphere. Thus, exposure is greater for people living at high latitudes, at high altitudes, or both and during airplane flights. Terrestrial sources of external radiation exposure are primarily due to the presence of radioactive elements with half-lives comparable to the age of the earth (~4.5 billion years). In particular, uranium (238U) and thorium (232Th) along with several dozen of their radioactive progeny and a radioactive isotope of potassium (40K) are present in many rocks and minerals. Small quantities of these radionuclides are in the food, water, and air and thus contribute to internal exposure as these radionuclides are invariably incorporated into the body. The majority of the dose from internally incorporated radionuclides is from radioisotopes of carbon (14C) and potassium (40K), and because these and other elements (stable and radioactive forms) are constantly replenished in the body by ingestion and inhalation, there are approximately 7,000 atoms undergoing radioactive decay each second. Internal exposure from the inhalation of radioactive isotopes of the noble gas radon (222Rn and 220Rn), which are also formed from the Uranium (238U) decay series, accounts for the largest portion (73%) of the US population's average per capita naturally occurring radiation dose. Cosmic radiation accounts for 11%, radioactive elements in the body for 9%, and external terrestrial radiation for 7%. In the US, people receive an average effective dose of about 3 millisieverts (mSv)/yr from natural sources (range ~0.5 to 20 mSv/yr). However, in some parts of the world, people receive > 50 mSv/yr. The doses from natural background radiation are far too low
24 Jul 2017
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Exposure of the general population to toxic metals may come from the environment or home and can be acute or chronic. It may result from contaminated food, air, water, or dust; living near a hazardous waste site or manufacturing plant that releases metal contaminants; overexposure to metal-containing pesticides, paints, or cosmetics; or improper disposal or cleanup of toxic metal-containing items (such as a broken thermometer). Exposure risks for specific metals include: Lead: Lead-containing plumbing (lead pipes or plumbing solder; in 2007, it was estimated that less than 1% of the public water systems in the United States had lead levels above 5 µg/L) (ATSDR 2007b) Lead-based paints (in buildings built before 1978; this is the predominant source for children) (EPA 2013) Leaded gasoline (although banned in the United States in 1995 for automobiles, previous usage has widely dispersed it in the environment) (Miranda 2011) Foods grown in lead-rich soil (ATSDR 2008a) Mercury: Eating fish or shellfish contaminated with methylmercury (the Food and Drug Administration [FDA] has set a maximum permissible level of 1 part of methylmercury in a million parts of seafood [1 ppm]) (ATSDR 2001). Ocean fish commonly high in mercury include shark, swordfish, king mackerel, and tilefish (Defilippis 2010). Levels of mercury above 1 ppm have also been found in predatory and bottom-dwelling freshwater fish (including bass, walleye, and pickerel) from mercury-contaminated waters (ATSDR 2001) Breathing contaminated workplace air or skin contact during use in the workplace (certain medical and dental treatments as well as chemical or other industries that use mercury) (ATSDR 2000) Release of mercury vapor from dental amalgam fillings (although the FDA deems amalgam fillings safe) (Bernhoft 2012; Jang 2011; Rusyniak 2010; FDA 2009) Contact with elemental mercury from the following household devices: thermometers (the amount of elemental mercury from a broken thermometer spilled in a sm
2 Aug 2017
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Vegan Diet, Healthy Meal, Best Healthy Snacks, Easy Meals To Make, Quickest Way To Burn Fat Correct Nutrition Deficiencies Here are the most common deficiencies we see: Water (low-level dehydration) Vitamins and minerals Protein (particularly in women and in men with low appetites) Essential fatty acids (95% of the population is deficient here) STEP 2: Adjust Food Amount I’m not talking about calorie counting here, I’m talking about calorie control. Here are some guidelines to help you get started: For Women: 1 palm of protein with each meal 1 -2 fists of vegetables with each meal 1 cupped handful of carb dense foods at some (1-2 per day) meals 1 thumb of healthy fat at most meals For Men: 2 palms of protein dense foods at each meal; 2 fists of vegetables at each meal; 2 cupped handfuls of carb dense foods at most meals; and 2 thumbs of fat dense foods at most meals STEP 3: Adjust Food Type Look Out For Food-Like Products What are food-like products? They are any “foods” that have been genetically modified for one reason or another. I would argue that 100% of the time it’s to make money. Food manufacturers keep three things in mind when creating a food-like product: What will make the consumer re-buy (usually they put addictive chemicals in them) What will set off the smell and taste sensors to make people think they NEED to have this product?
11 Aug 2017
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Engage2Serve (e2s) is a global provider of student lifecycle solutions for higher education. Our product suite optimizes how institutions engage and serve diverse student populations using the power of mobile devices.
12 Aug 2017
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According to opponents of the U.S. immigration policy, the nation's population could surge anywhere from 100 to 200 million people by 2050. The U.S. Census also indicates immigration is the number one factor driving U.S. population growth, along with fertility (births). Under current policy, legal immigrants are allowed to sponsor relatives for admission, who in turn can sponsor their relatives in what has been termed "chain migration." Many opponents of the current policies believe Congress has not thoroughly studied the implications of massive population growth on this scale. For example, labor experts believe the economic impact of a population boom on this scale would hit the lower income, working class the hardest by resulting in an over supply of low wage, low skilled workers. This could potentially drive down US working class wages and sometimes even displace US workers. Many critics of current U.S. policy fear the greatest strain could be on the healthcare system. The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that half of all immigrants either don't have insurance or receive coverage at taxpayers' expense. And the Heritage Foundation estimates that the retirement costs of granting legal status to illegal immigrants would be $2.4 trillion dollars a year or more. Produced for FAIR
21 Jun 2007
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Can you imagine the population of the United States growing to 500 million!?! That's insane! Room to grow is running out.
27 Jun 2007
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Welcome to Earth. Population 0. *CLASSIFIED* Project: L.A.P. Coming 1/21/08
2 Jan 2008
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David Rockefeller gives a speech about over population. In this video, you will hear and see him discussing how the U.N. should sustain the population.
30 Oct 2008
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There is much to say on this topic, and in order to get my point across in a few minutes, I did cut a lot of corners. The main point is that human evolution happened when we were hunter-gatherers, not recently, and that there were an awful lots of hunter-gatherers in the past who took part in the great experiment that is human evolution. If I were to shoot this again, I would rewrite the script. You may notice that the no-incest and one-child-only rules, while they work fine for a few generations, get increasingly unrealistic as you go back in time. Once you have about 500 people on the top row of the chart, you have enough for a stable breeding network. Some of those people would be so distantly related that they really should be allowed to interbreed. So, instead of the population of the past's doing nothing but dying out from some ancestral vast population, it could instead remain constant for a while. In reality it would have waxed and waned. Many people would have had several children, and many would have had none, and not everyone was monogamous, of course. This one isn't really a comedy sketch, like the others, so I'd rewrite it as one to fit in with the rest. www.LloydianAspects******
11 Mar 2008
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Environmentalists might think population decline is wonderful. Population decline is putting most developed nations on the pathway to extinction! Others believe there is an overpopulation crisis. Learn2Discern the facts. Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Jun 2008
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population is a big problem in my country. population boom has increased troubles to the world. even it should be considered.
1 Jun 2013
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Immigration from eastern European countries which joined the European four years ago have been the main boost to the population in the United Kingdom , which now stands at sixty million.
26 Aug 2008
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This is a free game that is really fun that it lets you download the installer and it's really fun the game is called populous:The beginning.If you want the patch or the matchmaker tp play online go to popre****
12 Nov 2008
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